In honor of National 9-1-1 Education Month, first responders will receive one free Frosty from Wendy's and customers can donate money to support dispatchers.
Seven AEDs will be made accessible to the public in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest.
Max Schachter believes lives can be saved during shootings if schools have safety measures like bulletproof windows and doors.
His young sibling was tragically killed; now he volunteers to prevent that fate for others.
Residents will receive two naloxone kits after taking the state-funded class.
Mike and Ilce Corvin are carrying a symbolic coffin in their RV to remind people of the consequences of disregarding first responders working on the road.
Rochester Institute of Technology undergrad Oren Cohn won the group's top award.
Diana Woolf's goal was to raise money and awareness for fallen firefighters and PTSD.
A media rep’s lifesaving training pays off for a very important victim.
Spokane Public School officials decided the safety measure was worth trying due to successful outcomes at other schools that encountered active shooters.
The "Every 15 Minutes" program demonstrated a mock accident in which two students were killed and one was sentenced to 61 years in prison for a DUI and two counts of manslaughter.
Four communities are utilizing a $40K grant to equip the public with 500 naloxone kits as part of a pilot program.
Local healthcare organizations are hosting a "Week of Appreciation" to show first responders and others on the front lines of the epidemic their gratitude for serving the community.
The National Emergency Number Association's public education campaign launched in celebration of National 9-1-1 Education Month.
Less than half of American families have practiced escape plans in the event of a home fire.